Augusta University's Center for Undergraduate Research and Scholarship supports research and scholarly activity by undergraduate students. We provide programming and financial support for faculty-student scholarly collaborations through a wide range of services.

We are a proud member institution of the national Council on Undergraduate Research.

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CURS Team


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Dr. Quentin Davis

  • CURS Director

706-667-4620

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Dr. Alex St. Louis

  • CURS Coordinator

706-729-2094

 

Faculty Advisory Committee

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Dr. Laurence Miller

  • College of Science and Mathematics
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Dr. Kimberly Gray

  • Pamplin College
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Dr. Donna Wear

  • College of Science and Mathematics
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Dr. Alison Foley

  • Pamplin College
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Dr. Clement Aubert

  • School of Computer and Cyber Sciences
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Dr. Jaclyn Murray

  • College of Education
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Dr. Vahe’ Heboyan

  • College of Allied Health
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Dr. Dustin Avent-Holt

  • Pamplin College
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Dr. Brian Muntean

  • Pharmacology & Toxicology
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Dr. Julie Zadinsky

  • College of Nursing

 

Meet The 2022-2023 CURS Ambassadors:

 

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I was surprised to learn that mathematical research goes beyond what one might believe...My mathematics research includes epidemiology and immunology. 

 

After graduation, I plan on obtaining my master's degree in aerospace engineering, and a career in the aerospace industry. 

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I was surprised to learn how much data organization and interpretation skills were involved in research. I also learned research is exploratory. There are so many avenues for your research to go, as well as previous articles to compare. 

 

My future career goals consist of going to graduate school for chemistry and becoming an epidemiologist. 

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I was surprised by the amount of fun I had working hand-in-hand with my faculty mentor. 

 

My future career goals including changing the world through innovation and completely revolutionize technology. 

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I was surprised to learn all the factors that go into publishing a study like grant funding, peer review, and collaboration. 

 

My future career goals include getting my master's degree and moving to the west coast to be closer to Silicon Valley. 

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I was surprised that research was fun and exciting! It has not been as hard as I thought it would be. 

 

My future career goals include becoming a surgeon and creating a nonprofit organization to serve underrepresented students who have interests in various fields but no resources to accomplish their goals.